“You’re not going to be the only one who sees the smile on your face, is it?” says a man on a crowded street corner, and then a young woman.
The man is the founder of The Daily Show, and he’s wearing a T-shirt that says “I’m not a terrorist” — an apparent reference to a recent attack on the satirical news site.
The woman is the host of the popular news show The Daily View, and she’s wearing an olive-green jacket that says, “I love the American dream” — a reference to the Republican Party.
And the man is a retired Air Force veteran, and the woman is a veteran.
The Daily Post — The New York Times’s news and opinion site — has been in business for decades.
The show is hosted by Jon Stewart, who is the co-creator of The Colbert Report, and Stephen Colbert, the host.
(The show’s title, The Daily News, was coined in a 2012 sketch by Jon Ossoff, who also created The Daily Caller.)
It has won many Emmy awards, including three for its work in covering the 2016 presidential election.
“It was one of the most remarkable experiences of my life,” says Stewart, whose wife, Sara, has been the show’s news director since its inception.
The two met at a Democratic fundraiser in 2015, when Stewart was a correspondent for the Daily Beast.
The couple married in 2016, after Stewart won the Emmy for Outstanding News Reporting for his work covering the Trump campaign.
Stewart’s father, Dick, was a Republican in the 1970s.
“The Daily Show is a show that, on paper, looks like it’s trying to be funny,” Stewart says.
“And it really is.
But it is, in the way that comedy can be a way to make you feel uncomfortable or at a loss, which is part of why I think it’s so good.”
Stewart is a big supporter of President Trump.
In an interview last month, he praised the president for keeping his promises, for “doing what I said I would do,” and for “stopping a nuclear-armed dictator.”
(The White House said Stewart had been a guest of the president.)
When the Daily Show first launched in 1997, Stewart says, he didn’t think he’d ever get to interview a sitting president.
“I thought I was going to do some bad stuff,” he says.
But in 2005, he got a call from Trump’s chief of staff, Reince Priebus, and invited him to the White House for a White House correspondents’ dinner.
(Stewart says he declined.)
“He was a little bit intimidated by the fact that I was an American and had a microphone,” Stewart recalls.
“But I think that was kind of the first time I realized that he actually cares about America.”
The Daily Mail, a British tabloid, has had a long relationship with Stewart’s show.
Stewart says the Daily Mail’s coverage of the 2015 London bombings was “like the worst nightmare of a man who has an insatiable appetite for the news.”
Stewart says he’d been offered a job at the Daily Mirror, the British tabloid he has called “the paper of record,” but he turned it down.
“He had this weird sense of entitlement,” Stewart said of Trump.
“If you’re not in his circle, you don’t matter.”
The Trump administration has been accused of targeting news organizations, including the Washington Post, with an aggressive strategy to shut down alternative news sources.
But Trump has made no secret of his disdain for the press.
In November, he tweeted that his team would “be looking at all the phony stories being put out by @nytimes and @washingtonpost.”
And last year, he called The Daily Beast a “disgrace” for publishing “sick, sick, sick people.”
The president has also been a vocal critic of Fox News, a network that has long been known for being pro-Trump.
(On Twitter, Trump called it “a disgrace.”)
“We have a president who has a real problem with the media,” Stewart told the Daily Telegraph in 2014.
In 2015, the site launched a series of posts that lampooned liberal politicians, including Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. “
The Daily Stormer, the far-right blog founded by white nationalists, has often been the site of heated debates over journalism and free speech.
In 2015, the site launched a series of posts that lampooned liberal politicians, including Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
“Every single journalist, every single reporter, every journalist who has done anything to hurt Donald Trump, every reporter, and every reporter who has made”
There is no such thing as a free press, it is not a ‘free speech zone,'” reads one of those posts, which have since been deleted.
“Every single journalist, every single reporter, every journalist who has done anything to hurt Donald Trump, every reporter, and every reporter who has made